Family Holiday Destinations


You’ll find more than enough going on to keep the whole family entertained when you decide to take them to stay in London. With huge numbers of events going on every year, the capital has fun activities to offer everyone, young and old.

Try taking the family to some world-class family friendly attractions like the British Museum and the Science Museum, see a place of historical interest such as the Tower of London, stroll through one of the many parks, take a tour in an iconic red bus, ride the London Eye, or visit the animals at the London Aquarium and London Zoo.


York is packed with history and beautiful buildings and is a wonderful place to take the whole family on a break or holiday. Explore the quaint cobbled streets and see the many street entertainers, visit stunning York Minster, walk along the ancient city walls, and relax in one of the many cafes or restaurants.

The city contains plenty of family-friendly attractions including the Jorvik Centre where you can learn about Viking life, and the scary York Dungeon. The city is also the place where many well-known chocolate brands originated so why not treat yourself and the kids to a chocolate shop visit?


You’ll find no shortage of culture, history and places of interest when you decide to take the family for a break in Armagh. Experience the rich cultural history of the area at the County Museum, visit the interesting habitats of Peatlands Park, or take in the views from the shores of beautiful Lough Neah, the biggest freshwater lake in Ireland.

You will even find an extinct volcano here – Slieve Gullion; the highest point in the county and a wonderful place to go for a climb if you’re feeling adventurous. People of all ages can appreciate the beauty of this distinctive part of the country which makes it a great place for a family break.


You’ll find lots of things to do when you decide to take the family for a break in Newcastle.

The area contains the award winning Centre For Life where people of all ages can learn fascinating facts, the Northern Stage and Theatre Royal where you can take in a play or two, famous art galleries like the Laing and Gateshead’s Baltic, regular sports and football events, and fantastic music venues like the Metro Radio Arena.

The city plays host to many interesting events all year round, including festivals devoted to food, music and the arts. Whatever you and the family are interested in you will find much to enjoy in Newcastle and Gateshead.

The Lake District, Cumbria

With a plethora of beautiful settings, outdoor pursuits and fun activities, this is the perfect location to bring the family for a fun and exciting break.

Children will love visiting the World Owl Trust at Muncaster Castle, kayaking on the lakes, and spotting animals on long woodland walks.

You can also enjoy time bonding with the family on one of the many long hiking or cycling trails that wind throughout the region.

You can find lots of walking routes that are gentle enough for children, such as the tranquil Loughrigg Fell.

Active families will be spoiled for choice during a stay in this region.


Warwick is a fascinating place to spend a holiday with the family. Steeped in history, you will find a whole host of things to do that everyone will enjoy, from the kids to the grandparents.

The imposing, atmospheric medieval Warwick Castle is a popular tourist attraction and makes a really educational and enjoyable place to visit, hosting lots of events each year. Take the children along and they will have so much fun they won’t even realise they’re learning about history.

There is also a huge variety of gardens and public parks as well as beautiful medieval buildings throughout the town. Warwick is also well known for its variety of quality cafes and restaurants.